Bayou Jamb: Oak Grove and Jena end in scoreless tie

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In the first game of the 2021 Bayou Jamb, Oak Grove and Jena end in a 0-0 tie. It’s the first time a contest in Bayou Jamb ended in all zeroes since the 2017 season, according to 14-0 Productions.

There were two Most Valuable Players awarded, following the game. Oak Grove’s Kaleb Proctor and Jena’s James Sanders.

During halftime, Jena coaching legend, Mack Fowler received the Lifetime Achievement Award.

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